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Understanding the Internet Landscape at Hotels and Convention Centers: A Primer for Event Organizers

Web Access at Tradeshows Are you a conference manager? If so, understanding your event participants need for Wi-Fi is likely a concern of yours. This is a free whitepaper courtesy of Trade Show Internet (www.tradeshowinternet.com).

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Discover the basic IT lingo so you'll be prepared to have a productive conversation regarding your event's Wi-Fi and Internet needs.

Why you need this information:

  • Attendees often use two Wi-Fi enabled devices at the same time.
  • The result – unreliable or slow Wi-Fi can cause people to leave an event in search of an Internet connection.

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With the reputation of your event at stake, asking the right questions early on in the planning process will help you receive the best network to achieve your event’s goals.

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Posted by Joanna Stasuk

Working with Bartizan's sales and business development teams, Joanna is responsible for Bartizan's marketing activities. Joanna did her undergraduate work at SUNY Stony Brook in the early 1990's and received her MBA in Marketing from Long Island University in 2007. Prior to receiving her MBA she worked in Marketing and Development capacities in New York City and Long Island at the Leo Castelli Gallery, The Friends for Long Island's Heritage, an Italian wine importer, and most recently at the Garden City Group, Inc.

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